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Question DetailsAsked on 3/13/2012

I need some lawn furniture sandblasted to get rust off in order to repaint. Does anyone do this?

The lawn furniture is about 40 yrs old and I want to save it without hand sanding but will do this in order to save it.

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yes, there is a company in milford, ct. they did a lot of work for me and have one of the biggest ovens in ct. for the life of me, i can't remember the co. name. they are on the same st, as the milford, ct post office, pepes farm road. that should help you with a google search when you search under "metal or iron" restoration/sandblasting/custom work, etc.

Answered 8 years ago by Wilma


If you can't find a metal restoration place near you, call around to places that do auto body work - they use sandblasters quite a lot.

Answered 8 years ago by Labour of Love


I know a place here in Kentucky that does that type of work. The other responders are pointing you in the right direction: sandblasting. Auto body shops are an excellent resource for priming and repainting your lawn furniture, too.

The place I use specializes in washing and cleaning freight containers. The cleaning often necessitates sandblasting. The company added priming and painting to create a one-stop shop. Who wants to move these huge containers from shop to shop, right? That's how I feel about the lawn, patio and porch furniture owned by my relatives and friends, too. I can drop it at one place and pick it up when the stuff's ready.

Answered 8 years ago by JackofAllTrades


Look for metal works companies that do "powder coating" they ALL do sand blasting. It's just a matter of whether or not they take small projects.


Answered 8 years ago by help1968

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